Chinese OEM Said to Be Testing 240W Charger, Could Leave Vivo, iQoo Behind

Chinese OEM Said to Be Testing 240W Charger, Could Leave Vivo, iQoo Behind

iQoo was recently tipped to be developing the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC-powered iQoo 10 Pro. This handset has been rumoured to support 200W wired charging. Vivo could also be working to bring a new flagship device to the market with support for 200W wired charging. Now, a notable tipster suggests that these smartphones … Read more

Noise Nerve Pro Neckband Earphones With 35 Hours Battery Launched in India: Price, Specifications

Noise Nerve Pro Neckband Earphones With 35 Hours Battery Launched in India: Price, Specifications

Noise Nerve Pro neckband-style wireless earphones have been launched in India on Saturday. They feature Bluetooth v5.2 technology for fast and stable connections. The company claims that these wireless earphones can provide up to 35 hours of uninterrupted playtime per charge. Furthermore, their Instacharge fast charging technology is said to offer up to 10 hours … Read more

ESA’s MARSIS Gets Software Upgrade 19 Years After Its Launch, Mars Exploration Said to Get More Efficient

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The Mars Advanced Radar for Subsurface and Ionospheric Sounding (MARSIS) instrument on the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Mars Express spacecraft is set to get a major software upgrade that will boost its capabilities. The Mars Express was ESA’s first mission to Mars, launched on June 2, 2003 and it ran Windows 98. It has been … Read more

Microbes Found Thriving in a Low-Oxygen, Super-Salty, Sub-Zero Spring in Canadian Arctic

Microbes Found Thriving in a Low-Oxygen, Super-Salty, Sub-Zero Spring in Canadian Arctic

Scientists have managed to find signs of microbial life in one of the harshest spots on Earth, giving further hope that life may also be found in some of the unknown environments of space. In the depths of the Canadian Arctic, scientists managed to identify signs of life in the low-oxygen, super-salty waters of the … Read more

Jupiter Might Have Eaten Baby Planets To Amass Metals: Scientists 

Jupiter Might Have Eaten Baby Planets To Amass Metals: Scientists 

Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system and has a mass that is 2.5x more than all the other planets put together. Most would remember that Jupiter is mostly made out of helium and hydrogen. But unlike most other gas giants, there is a significant presence of metals in the planet’s composition. Scientists … Read more